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Dec
15
answered Can a Japanese person understand something written in traditional Chinese
Dec
15
comment Can a Japanese person understand something written in traditional Chinese
This site may not be suitable for your question because it's likely to end in a discussion with no definite answer.
Dec
14
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
14
comment Comparing three or more things
also, can ましだ be used?
Dec
14
revised What is the correct way to say: “where are you going?”
added 247 characters in body
Dec
14
answered What is the correct way to say: “where are you going?”
Dec
14
accepted Usage and reading of the Ampersand
Dec
14
accepted The different ways of producing nouns
Dec
13
comment Usage and reading of the Ampersand
I wanted to use a photo I took of instructions printed on a payphone but I inadvertently deleted it. For all it's worth it was something like "カードを使う&電話をかける". But since I can only recall it from memory I don't know if it's a good enough example. So I opted to phrase the question in a more generic way to catch all cases.
Dec
13
comment The different usages of ことがある
Does using frequency adverbs like たまに resolve the ambiguity?
Dec
13
asked Usage and reading of the Ampersand
Dec
13
comment The different usages of ことがある
So the only way to resolve the ambiguity is from contextual cues I guess.
Dec
13
comment Comparing three or more things
Can のほうが still be used?
Dec
12
comment Difference between 自分 and 自分自身 and how to reflect their difference in English
@cypher yes please do.
Dec
12
reviewed Approve How to use とりあえず in sentences
Dec
12
comment Difference between 自分 and 自分自身 and how to reflect their difference in English
@yadokari you can read up on these sentence patterns: Verb(plain)+ことがある, Verb(past)+ことがある, i-adj+ことがある.
Dec
8
revised Is there a form for “I have never heard of”?
Improved formatting, grammar, added tags.
Dec
6
revised Usage of the suffixes 流, 風, 式, 的 and 様
edited tags
Dec
5
accepted Comparing 気にする vs. 気になる
Dec
4
accepted What do I do when I encounter “Written Japanese”?